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|PSYC 618 - Sensation and Perception|
This course examines advanced issues in the study of perception and action. Building on an understanding of fundamental neural science, topics may include the mechanisms of perception and the manner in which perceptual processes are integrated with other psychological processes, such as memory and problem solving. If the undergraduate equivalent of this course has been successfully completed, this course may only be taken for credit at the graduate level with permission of the Chair.
Levels: Graduate, Doctoral
Schedule Types: Lecture, Final Exam
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
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